About REGUS Birmingham Victoria Square
This business centre has a prime address and is located in a refurbished landmark building in the heart of Birmingham's central business district, with views across Victoria Square to the historic town hall. The pedestrianised square is often considered to be the centre of Birmingham and is the point from which local road sign distances are measured. It has impressive water fountains, two modern sculptures and a statue of a stern Queen Victoria. All the city's amenities are close at hand. The centre is near the entrance to New Street station and just a short walk from the cathedral and the famous Bull Ring shopping centre. This centre has accommodation and the right image for any size or type business looking for a base in this city which is dominated by the service sector and is the largest centre in Great Britain for employment in public administration, education and health.
Regus Birmingham Victoria Square offers a communal kitchen with tea and coffee making facilities.
The compound has a comfortable business lounge allowing its members to stay productive on the move and a smaller break out area to brainstorm ideas.
- Close to train station
- Close to bus station
- Free parking
- Mentors meetings
- Happy hour
- Soft drinks
- Printing services
- Open on Saturday
- Open on Sunday
- Open 24/7
- Swimming pool
- Sport classes
- No commitment
- 1 day min.
- 1 week min.
- 1 month min.
- 2 months min.
- City residents only
- Designers only
- Requires a screening Interview
- Social ventures only
- Technological ventures only
- Worldwide access
Map of the area
Where to eat
The compound is located near restaurants, bars and coffee shops.
Regus was Founded in Brussels, Belgium, in 1989 by English entrepreneur Mark Dixon. The company is based in Luxembourg and listed on the London Stock Exchange. Regus is the world’s largest provider of flexible workspace solutions, with customers including some of the most successful entrepreneurs, individuals and multi-billion dollar corporations.
The company includes almost 3000 business centers, spanning almost 900 cities across 120 countries. Through its range of office formats, as well as growing mobile, virtual office, and workplace recovery businesses, it enables people and businesses to work where they want, when they want, how they want, and at a range of price points.
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Leave the Rest to Regus
Become a Regus member and the world literally becomes your office. Regus caters to all the details of a well-managed office without the effort of setting up shop.To the full article at Whatcom Talk
We provide offices that are plug-and-play model: Regus
Regus has plenty to boast about. Half of Fortune 500 companies, the likes of Google, Apple, American Express, BMW, Toshiba, Nokia, have all gone with Regus in India. The latest to join the bandwagon is Twitter.To the full article at Money Control
Regus makes Business Exchange £65.6m bid
Regus has beaten Hong Kong billionaire Anson Chan in the battle to take over MWB Business Exchange, after tabling a £65.6m cash bid for the group.To the full article at Financial Times
Regus to introduce a new way to work in urban and remote areas
The world’s largest provider of flexible workspaces, Regus, plans to introduce a new way to work, entrepreneurs in urban and remote areas by the setting up of high quality business focused locations countrywide.To the full article at The Sunday Times
Reviews score 4 / 5 ()
I needed the office for 3months only to end up paying it for a year, since wasn't careful with the small print and no one mentioned it to me while signing in. After year has gone by I got charge "exit fee" and 3 months of "business continuity", that I never requested. They even charged me for a "welcome package" that I never received! How lame is that?
Reviews score 3.8 / 5
Not being persuaded by my 30 years of Birmingham citizenship, this is my favourite Regus office. Large open spaces to work diligently. Down to earth, "salt of the earth", helpful staff. It's bright, it's far from lugubrious. Grab a chair, grab a room, grab a colleague and produce productive business output.
If i could give this place minus stars i would! the building itself is great. its the people you deal with and the blatant deceit. we opted to go for a Regus office in Birmingham as we were looking to move into the area and needed flexibility, just in case. after agreeing a month by month contract requiring a ONE MONTH notice period we have found that the paper work we actually signed was for a 12 month lease. Yes we should have been more vigilant and double checked what we were signing but when you spend an hour with someone who tells you how big Regus are, and they gain business due to flexibility in lease terms and the fact you can move offices internally as you grow with no issues what so ever you kind of expect things to be exactly as discussed. Gary Fox is the salesman and has since Completely lied about conversations both my business partner and i had with him on that day. in fact saying now that we actually asked for a 12 month deal! this guy is unbelievable. with so many alternative office spaces within the area i would advise anyone and everyone to steer clear of Regus and particularly Gary Fox at all costs!! Id be interested to hear if anyone else has experienced this!
All of the reception staff were incredibly helpful. One even escorted me to where I needed to be rather than just giving directions. Very pleased with my visit here.
we hired a meeting room, the location and the rooms were brilliant but the service was sub standard.
Expensive, run down, slow response to maintenance issues and malfunctioning air conditioning